Have you been following along with my ‘A Year of Vintage Postcards’ project?
Every month in 2020 I will be providing two vintage postcard printables to add to your collection.
Each postcard measures 9 cm x 14 cm (3.5” x 5.5”) and has both a front and back image.
Maybe you are using them to create a journal flip book like I am…. or perhaps you are saving them to craft with.
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March Postcard Printables
This month I’ve chosen two beautiful vintage postcards that were first printed in 1908 and 1910.
There’s an adorable child and his flower cart and a nod to St Patrick’s Day with this lovely ladies hand holding a bunch of shamrock.
Download the March Postcards
The March postcard printable is a two page PDF file, available in both A4 and letter size. It is best printed on light card or 250 gram matte photo paper.
My journal project is a flip book filled with these gorgeous vintage postcards from the 1800’s.
The back of the postcards have a blank space that can be used to document events, information or simply to diarize your journey each month.
Don’t forget the bonus journal card that I shared in January.
It’s the same size as the postcards and can be printed and used if you need more space to write things down each month.
You can find out all about my flip journal and how I’m using it at A year of Vintage Postcards – January.
February’s postcards celebrate the season of love – download the February postcards HERE.
I explained how to make the postcards in the January ‘A Year of Vintage Postcards’ post.
You can also add other embellishments like this pretty scrap of lace edging I’ve used on the fairies postcard this month. I simply sandwiched it between the two layers (front & back) of the postcard.
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I’ll be back with the April printables for
‘A Year of Vintage Postcards’ in the first week of April.
Happy crafting my friends!
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